Cabinet NG Electronic Filing System is reliable software for documenting patient-centric information. Its unique digital filing capability ensures faster, accurate, and secure storage of clinical information for timely referencing and collaborative clinical decision-making. Proven to be radical improvement over manual filing system, Cabinet NG Electronic Filing System can accomplish the dual-task of cost-optimization and revenue maximization through efficient document management of clinical data.
Compliant with HIPAA norm for medical data compilation and reporting, Cabinet NG Electronic Filing System’s value-added features are relatively superior and are endorsed by quality discerning practitioners across the major medical destinations in the US and its adjoining regions.
Cabinet NG Electronic Filing System’s notable features are:
processing and creating diverse file formats
structuring files into different layers
scheduling documents, files, or folders as per clinical seniority or urgency
ensure smooth search of files, documents or folders
flexible interface for connecting locally or hosted over the internet
system administered controlled access ensuring secure access, audit, and reporting of clinical data
enabling seamless workflow of processing invoices for payment, reviewing contracts, entering billing information, order entry, etc
integrating data-filing with other systems for greater reach and processing within the medical facility
Behavioral Health, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Neurology, OB Gyn, Optometry, Orthopedic, Pain Management, Pediatrics, Podiatry, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, Urology, Nephrology,
Cabinet NG Electronic Filing System is fortified with triple-advantage of:
Practice Environment for This EMR
Adapts easily to diverse clinical settings, such as home health care, outpatient surgical facility, physical therapy facility.
Whether EMR & PMS integrated or not?
Complements Practice Management functions
Does it support hospital claims?
Complements hospital claims